10562 Workers that will be installing brick and fired shapes shall have

10562 workers that will be installing brick and fired

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10.5.6.2 Workers that will be installing brick and fired shapes shall have personal safe work history for all types of brick construction defined in the Work satisfactory to the OWNER or Inspector, and be trained in the safe handling of all brick, mortar and equipment required for the installation. 10.5.7 Inspection criterion for brick linings during installation are: 10.5.7.1 Bricks shall be handled without causing physical damage. 10.5.7.2 Bricks that have physical damage shall not be used without inspector approval. 10.5.7.3 Insulation bricks that have had water damage or are wet shall not be used without approval by OWNER or Inspector. 10.5.7.4 Insulating bricks removed from pallets or packaging shall be suitably tagged to Identify material type (name, service temperature), and sorted prior to install to provide inspection baseline and correct installation. 10.5.7.5 Visual inspections shall be made to insure bricks are laid plumb, and “tapped” tight to back-up or shell with no overlapping (lipping). 10.5.7.6 Mortar joints shall be spread evenly and completely and be 1/8” (3 mm) thick. 10.5.7.7 Mortar for brick shall be properly labeled if not in manufacturer supplied container. 10.5.7.8 Mortar supplied dry, shall be mixed in accordance to Manufacturer’s recommendation and in accordance to installation procedures.
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Refractory Lining and Burner Brick Requirements API 560 Revision Date: May 3, 2011 22 10.5.7.9 Mortar supplied wet shall only be “tempered” with additional water in accordance to Manufacturer’s recommendation and in accordance to installation procedures. 10.5.7.10 Metallic hammers shall not be used to tamp any type of brick into place. 10.5.7.11 Brick shall not be” hammer” cut or “chipped” to any size. 10.5.7.12 Excessive mortar on the face of any brick shall be removed by methods approved by material Manufacturer’s and in accordance to installation procedures. 10.5.7.13 Circle and arch closures shall be made in accordance to installation procedures and “key” bricks or bricks adjacent to change of plane shall not be cut smaller that 50% of any pre-pressed (cast) and fired dimension. 10.5.7.14 Excessive force shall not be used to install bricks. 10.5.7.15 All power tools for sawing and boring of brick shall be calibrated for trueness with documentation. 10.5.7.16 All expansion allowance to be located in accordance to pre-approved construction detail drawings and shall be properly protected for size and cleanliness during construction and filled in accordance to installation procedures and project specifications. 10.5.7.17 Proper mortar type and consistency shall be used for all bricks installed. 10.5.7.18 Methods for bricking around internally projecting welds, nozzle parts or other shell irregularities shall be clearly documented and approved by OWNER or designate prior to installation. Joints shall be maintained within specification thickness and brick faces shall be parallel in all such conditions.
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